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Helmingham Hall Gardens

Helmingham Hall

Helmingham Hall is famous for its Grade 1 listed gardens, redesigned by Lady Tollemache and set in 400 acres of beautiful Suffolk countryside.
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Minsmere Nature Reserve

Enjoy guided wildlife walks and tours through the stunning countryside at RSPB Minsmere Nature Reserve.
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The Walled Garden

The Walled Garden

This Suffolk nursery, protected within an old walled garden, stocks a fine range of plants including hardy and tender perennials, shrubs and climbers.
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Otley Hall

Otley Hall

Otley Hall is a magnificent grade 1 listed Tudor Hall set in 10 acres of beautiful gardens, available for tours, weddings and other events.
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Henstead Exotic Garden

Henstead Exotic Garden was made from scratch 10 years ago, surprising visiors with its voluptuous nature and giant plants.
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Britten Trail

The Britten Trail was created to celebrate the life of acclaimed composer Benjamin Britten, created by the community of which he was such a prominent part.
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Aldeburgh Studio Trail

This popular and relatively new art-focussed trail invites you to visit 20 artists in their studios during the three weekends of the Aldeburgh Festival.
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Rendlesham Forest

The main recreational area for the Sandling Forests, Rendlesham offers a fun and exciting experience in the woods.
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Suffolk Treasure Trails

Travel writer, David Senior, has created 12 Treasure Trails based around Suffolk, with trails on the coast in Aldeburgh, Lowestoft and Southwold.
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Sailors' Path Walk Aldeburgh

Walking

Aldeburgh and the surrounding countryside offers idyllic country walking, here is our favourite.
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RSPB North Warren Nature Reserve

Autumn is the perfect time to experience one of Suffolk’s many nature reserves. RSPB North Warren is located on the marshes between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness and consists of grazing marshes, reedbeds, heathland and woodland.
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